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comment SSH Key Exchange from Cygwin to Ubuntu Fails
I used a key pair I generated on my MBP with the right header. Still the same message, even though the header is obviously there...
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comment SSH Key Exchange from Cygwin to Ubuntu Fails
It's too long for a comment, so I posted it in the original. I'll just gen a new pair. Thanks again!
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comment SSH Key Exchange from Cygwin to Ubuntu Fails
Thank you for all of your help on this. I created a symbolic link from /home to my ~ and updated my /etc/passwd with the space-less path. I'm getting the exact same debug trace, with the exception of my home path being different.
Sep
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comment SSH Key Exchange from Cygwin to Ubuntu Fails
My Cygwin setup is 2.721. I'm using the mirror.cs.vt.edu mirror. Cygwin itself is 1.7.7-1. And openssh is 5.6p1-2. My command was "ssh-keygen -t rsa".
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comment SSH Key Exchange from Cygwin to Ubuntu Fails
I tried using ssh-keygen on the Windows/Cygwin machine to generate an RSA2 key pair again, but it still has no header block. Is this an issue with Cygwin's OpenSSH?
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asked SSH Key Exchange from Cygwin to Ubuntu Fails
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answered Cygwin/SSH Over Corporate Proxy
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comment Cygwin/SSH Over Corporate Proxy
So today, after a reboot, I'm getting a totally different debug trace. I didn't get a <code>debug1: Executing proxy command: ...</code> yesterday. Maybe it's because I changed my ~/.ssh/config and needed to restart some process or another. I did kill my Cygwin bash session yesterday, but that didn't do it. Now I'm getting complaints about my crytographic key files (that I used ssh-user-config to generate, BTW...). But that's a totally different question.
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asked Cygwin/SSH Over Corporate Proxy